Calgary’s weather looks like it wants to give us just a little more snow.
According to Environment Canada, Tuesday Calgarians can expect periods of light snow throughout the morning, ending late in the afternoon. The snow is expected to give way to a cloudy evening.
The good news is Environment Canada forecasts mainly sunny days from Wednesday onwards, with temperatures, already mostly in the positives, expected to increase throughout the week.
26.7 C, in 1923
-15.6 C, in 1953
Parts of western Alberta, stretching from Grande Prairie to Kananaskis and Canmore, remain under snowfall warning, with the Jasper region unaffected. Heavy, wet snow is expected to reach up to 10 to 20 centimetres.
The Fort McMurray and Fort MacKay region is under an air quality statement. You can check all Alberta weather alerts here.
Parts of the British Columbia side of the Rockies are also under snowfall warning. You can check Canada-wide weather alerts here.